As the Memorial Day race weekend began, one young up and coming NASCAR star found his way to victory lane in Thursday night’s ARCA Racing Series General Tire 150.
Erik Jones jumped the last restart to take the win at Bristol this weekend.
Kyle Busch and his race team had to make numerous adjustments to come out on top at the O’Reilly Auto Parts Challenge 300.
Kyle Busch earned his 79th Xfinity win, and Joe Gibbs Racing set NASCAR history with a second consecutive identical 1-2-3 finish.
Timothy Peters took the win under the yellow and checkered flag at Talladega SuperSpeedway.
John Wes Townley made his fuel last longer than his opponents’, granting him his first major NASCAR win.
Ryan Blaney came back in the last few laps to take the win at Kentucky Speedway.
Ryan Blaney came back from a penalty to win the UNOH 200.
19 year old Erik Jones was at the top of his game this weekend, winning both his Xfinity NASCAR race and the NASCAR Camping World Truck series in Iowa.